Title: Hunting Charles Manson
Author: Lis Wiehl
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
When I saw this book on NetGalley, I was so stoked because I’m a huge true crime buff and I figured it would shed some new light into the Charles Manson and the family case, but it was all the same information that has been put out in numerous other books and interviews.
One of the things that tuned me off was the author and her author’s note about how she was part of the “Christian Tradition” when it comes to the justice, that right there is a biased view and really it wasn’t necessary to put your religious beliefs out there. It made me skeptical to even continue reading. As I continued reading I became more angrier. She decided to not name the victims as they have been everywhere else when she was describing them. And what in the blue is with the censoring of the curse words. I’d like to think we’re all adults here and we can see curse words without having some asterisk being put in place. I just saw that to be childish and unnecessary.
I wanted to like this book, I really did but, It just didn’t do it for me. Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.